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Published: 10/27/2013 - Updated: 9 months ago


Halloween at Camp Miakonda

The Boy Scouts of America Erie Shores Council and Reynolds Corners Rotary Club hosted back-to-back, Halloween parties at the historical Camp Miakonda, ending Sunday, Oct. 27, 2013. The boy Scouts' annual Halloween party draws about 3,000 people to Camp Miakonda at 5600 W. Sylvania Ave., the sixth-oldest Boy Scout camp in the country. CLICK ANY PHOTO TO ENLARGE AND START SLIDESHOW.

C.J. Straight, 9, left, of Toledo has his face painted by Stantwon Dunlap, 11, of Toledo, during a Halloween event. Enlarge | Buy This Photo C.J. Straight, 9, left, of Toledo has his face painted by Stantwon Dunlap, 11, of Toledo, during a Halloween event.
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Jocelyn Hutchinson, 13, left, and her friend Jahzara Williams, 10, react while coming out of the Haunted Cabin. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jocelyn Hutchinson, 13, left, and her friend Jahzara Williams, 10, react while coming out of the Haunted Cabin.
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Jocelyn Hutchinson, 13, right, and her friend Jahzara Williams, 10, react while coming out of the Haunted Cabin. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jocelyn Hutchinson, 13, right, and her friend Jahzara Williams, 10, react while coming out of the Haunted Cabin.
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CJ Schwirzinski, 7, of Toledo votes on the best carved pumpkin. Enlarge | Buy This Photo CJ Schwirzinski, 7, of Toledo votes on the best carved pumpkin.
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C.J. Straight, 9, of Toledo, is dressed as a skeleton zombie. Enlarge | Buy This Photo C.J. Straight, 9, of Toledo, is dressed as a skeleton zombie.
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C.J. Straight, 9, of Toledo, is dressed as a skeleton zombie. Enlarge | Buy This Photo C.J. Straight, 9, of Toledo, is dressed as a skeleton zombie.
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Visitors cross the bridge to get to the festivities. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Visitors cross the bridge to get to the festivities.
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